Jackson Hole offers three 3 world-class ski areas. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, located 11 miles from the town of Jackson in Teton Village, boasts one of the longest, steepest continuous vertical drops of any ski area in North America. You can ski 4,139 leg-burning, vertical feet from 10,450 feet down to 6,311 feet. JHMR operates from December to April; gets people out on the hill with eight chairlifts, a gondola and aerial tram; and receives an average of 360 inches of snowfall per year.
On the western slope of the Tetons, about 75 minutes by car from Jackson, Grand Targhee Resort receives even more snow than Jackson Hole. Grand Targhee is routinely ranked among the top 3 resorts in North America in terms of snow quality and quantity. They offer snowcat skiing as well as over 2,000 acres of lift served terrain with over 400 acres groomed daily.
Snow King Mountain, known as the town hill, offers night skiing, a terrain park, and a tubing park all on one very skiable, consistent pitch. Snow King is the ski area you see while standing in Town Square or strolling along the boardwalks of Jackson.